When the family returned to the cottage and attacked him, it was another reminder that he will never fit in. All he went in there for was to try to make a friend so he wouldn't be so alone, but the family saw it otherwise. As these events occur, readers can see why the monster gets so mad. He is respectful and helpful, and in return gets hate and discrimination. Which leaves him with no friend or somebody to turn to once again.
Being bored is the worst, it can lead to drug abuse, anxiety, and is just plain unenjoyable. First of all being bored is unenjoyable. Have you ever felt that feeling, where you feel like you need to do something or you will die, you turn to hobbies to push the feeling away but no luck. This is boredom sounds pretty unenjoyable right? In fact most people despise boredom which supports the fact that boredom is well, boring.
For instance, Victor Frankenstein can be seen working endless nights on his creation when he s tates, “ For this I had deprived myself of rest and health” (Chapter 5, page 38). As one can see, Victor’s isolation from the world lead him to pursue his dream and create a new life form. Furthermore, not only did Victor suffer from isolation but so did Frankenstein’s creature. His appearance made him unwanted by everyone and made him feel like he is the only of his kind. For instance, this can be seen when the creature states, “When I looked around I saw and heard of none like me.
He anguish he faces daily is heavy on the heart and mind, which makes you question what society is really made up of. As we transition to the creature we will compare the creatures' abandonment, self- isolation to Frankenstein's experiences. To see what bond to they share with each other, what the author wants us to understand…. The creature has one of the saddest existence in the novel; he is introduced to the reader as a horrid monster who was born out of curiosity and ignorance. At the moment of his first words, actions, and sight he is already abandoned and alone with no concept of the world he is brought into.
Victor had two loving parents that gave him everything he ever needed or wanted to fulfill his physiological and emotional needs. Since Victor did not do this for his monster, the monster would kill all of Victor’s family and friends that he loved which would bring destruction to Victor’s life. For the rest of his days, Victor would go on a search for his monster to destroy it or die trying. Unlike Victor, the monster was never loved because of the way he looked. He was left alone, even by his creator, and lived a miserable life always escaping people that would “attacked [him], until, grievously bruised by stones and many other kinds of missile weapons” (Shelley).
So, he ran away and found a small shack where he stays (74). He admires a family who lives near. His wish is to become a part of this family, and, he doesn 't want them to judge him for being so ugly. He knows he can 't approach the Delacy family because they will be scared of him, so, he takes everything slowly. He first started collecting wood for the family as a small gift of generosity.
In my opinion, being bored can really get people hurt or in trouble in very dangerous ways. One way to get hurt is to be so bored, that it will lead to doing dangerous things. This happens, because “Being bored can lead to anxiety, and it can be very destructive” (p.29). “Boredom, also leads to a very bad decision making” (p.29). In addition, “People who can’t cope with boredom, abuse themselves with drugs and alcohol” (p.29).
At first I started back, unable to believe that it was indeed I who was reflected in the mirror; and when I became fully convinced that I was in reality the monster that I am” (Shelley 101-102). After observing the cottagers and their grace, beauty, and delicate complexions, the creation feels unloved and unwanted. He realizes that in fact he is a monster, and he is filled with bitterness because he can’t live a happy life like the DeLacey’s. The creation learns to understand that he isn’t a normal human being, and instead of being loved and respected, he is treated like a monster. On the mountains of Chamonix he is talking to Victor and the Creation describes his appearance and the isolation it is causing him, stating to himself, ‘“God, in pity, made man beautiful and alluring, after his own image; but my form is a filthy type of yours, more horrid even from the very resemblance.
The Rocking Horse Winner is a perfect example of the different things that can put stress on a person, leading to their demise. Oftentimes we do not think that death can happen just because a person’s life isn’t exactly how it should be emotionally. Emotional stress leads to physical harm; for example, because of Paul’s stress, he became more and more physically unhealthy, which is what made his body break down and become unable to hold itself up. The greed that Paul’s mother instilled in him in the beginning of the story ultimately led to the decline of his health and his
The term HALT stands for hungry, angry, lonely and tired. When any human who is going through a tough period in life and doesn’t nurture themselves as they should, these four words can play a huge impact in decision making. When an impactful event happens, people tend to lose themselves and not take care of their natural well being. Not eating meals at the right time, not sleeping properly, lashing out in ways they haven’t before and when new emotions are dealt with, these areas can make matters much worst. No one is perfect and if the world did take care of themselves the way they should, I believe, the world would be a pretty boring place.